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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 September 1890

.T** liMllljj I WARREN SHKAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAP ER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, September 18,1890. REPUBLICAN TICKET State. Vor Governor. WILLIAM R. MERRIAM l-'or Lieutenant Governor, GlDKON S IVES For State Treasurer, JOSEPH BORLETER For Secretary of State. FltED BKOWN Tor State Auditor. PETE .1. McHTIRE Vor Attorney General, MOSES E OLAPP Vor Clerktf Supreme Court,CHARLES HOL- CONGRESSIONAL. Vor Congress. 5th Dist., S. G. COMSTOCK. LEGISLATIVE, For State Senator, H. O. HANSON. For Representative, N. PETERSON. County-. Auditor, E. I. ROYKM. Treasurer. P. H. HOLM. Kegister of Deeds. HANS A. LARSON Sheriff. PETE MILQITIST. Clerk of Court. A. H. NELSON. Judge of Probate. A GRINDELAND. County Attorney.S, COOKE. Superintendent of Schools. J. 11. PINNET Coroner. O.K. BEI.COITRT. Surveyor. J. n. SMYTH. td.irtCommissioner. P. KIRSCH, Comity Commissioners: First Dist. ELIDAHLQUIST. Third Dist. A NUTTING Fifth Dist. D, B. BAKKE. FARMERS ALLIANCE TICKET. State. For...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

V$S*V IF- Vl ri A. B. NELSON Clerk of District Court, ALL KINDS OF Land Office Business Transacted wltii Nektiutl *fc4 Dispatch, SIX YEARS EXPERIENCE. Office in Court House, WARBEK. MINN The Warren Sheaf, A VEItTISING RATF Made known upon Application. Local notices five cents a line. To insnrein sertion must be handed in by Wednesdaynoon Entered at the Tost Office at Warren asSeeond Class Mail Matter. 1 J1U ..II. i 1 GREAT NORTHERN RY. 1IME SCHEDULE. From St.Paul. 7 40 i S li) 7 I") i ill S 55 12 15 in ToSt.Pnnl. St. Paul a ill MimiPiipoliri ('rooJjstnn WAUIUCN St. Vimvnt *H 2o 7 00 r. to I so NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIME SCHEDULE. l.v. 5..M1 in Crookston Ar. !t.4 A 7.1* in Fertile 8.22 a III :.00 III Wiiuilppf? Junction d.:'.." a in Ar. 7.05 a in St. I'nul S.00 in MRTnoniST. ServlceseverySabbath.Morn n?Service at 10:30 a. in. Sabbath School at clse of morning service. Evening service 8:00 p. m. Prayer nmlClass Meeting every Thursday ewniiij:. S. Z. A W KMAN, Pastor. PRKHRVTKRIAN. Serv...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

.t :i 5 1 \4 ft BW ^%v "a* fce Waw tt gfceaj. J. P. MATTSON, Fditorand Publisher. WARREN, MAH-HAI-I. Couvn, MINN. A VIENNA correspondent says it is estimated the losses by tho floods in central Europe will roach 820,000,000. Owing to iho damage to the beet crop it is likely tho Austrian sugar exports will be sixty per cent, undor the average. THE German Emperor is a voracious newspaper reader. Fifty of the leading journals of Europo are laid on his tablo every morning, and immediately after breakfast he plunges through them, shears in hand, nipping any item that strikes his fancy. GT-ADSTOXK has written to friends in Canada, who invited him to this coun try, that his age and engagements ut terly disable him from crossing the At lantic and that he can not hope to see this great territory, in which he has al ways taken so much interest. A I.KAKNKD man has said that the hardest words to pronounce in the En glish language are: "I made a mistake." When Frederick the Great wrote to the Se...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

'J' fir. 13c* M' 1ft* gfamti fteaf. J. P. MATO^ j^o71ind"Pu Wisher. WARREN, MAISMJALL CCUKTY, MINN. DARLING. A little maid with sweet blue eyes Looked upward with a shy surprise Because I asked her name Awhile she bent her golden head. While o'er her race soft blushes spread Like some swift rosy flame Then, looking up, she goftly said: "My name is Mamma's Darling." Tell me your mothers name, my dear," And stooping low I paused to hear. The little maid seemed musing Why, mamma's name's like mine, you know. But just because we love her so Wo call her Mamma Darling." Tell me your papa's name," I cried The little maiden's eyes grew wide "My papa? Don't YOU know? Why, ever since the baby died Mamma and I have always tried To cheer him from his sorrowing And my mamma and I love best To call him Papa Darling." What did you call the baby, dear?" The answer came quite low but clear: "The babyoh, I wonder what They call him now iu Heaven But we had only one name here. And that was Baby Darlin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

WARREN SHKAF. J. I\ M-ATTSON, Editor ami Proprietor. Thwwlny, September 25,18fl0. a Worthless Document. THAT 18 \VHAT~THE ARGYLE CONTRACT WITH THE ST. WW A* TIU'STCO. JS. THE COVNTY IS NOT A 1HRTYTO niE('()NTI{AT,AND('A NOT ruMl'EL ITS KNKOUCEMENT. IT ISA r.LlXl) DErElYETHE TA\JAYKns VOTERS l' F,\YA RE! Tlieiv is W fonsiilornblo inqui Miroujrlioul tho connt.v ve^mlino iV #r.,(Mu Haiimci to linvo been )Milv. by Ar-vlo for tho Imildiiis a ronrt honso in case the county wnt isHmiinrp,], rtli Bom im.vegtij] tlm ii]i tlmt there is $5,000 in cash lopoHifoyl with County Treasurer Holm Tor sm*h purpose, Now it is fiU't that there is not now, nor has i here over been ouprviit of cash money deposited with Mr. Holm. True, at the beoinning-of this campaign, when it was necessary for Argyll to hit up on some scheme to induce people to sitfu tlieir petition, tlie/^t intdthe hand* of Mr. Holm i (frhftbf Mr! -Alr-lffMunrs on a St, Paul bank paya ble, to.(lie county bo.nrd upon certain conditions. T...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

bH&C & X~H *'_- vv V' ^a&_ wS^rV*f Thursday, September 25,1890. UA S cns i& *kiiiiSiiy- 1 _' ''T*.. fl Worthless Docuffig|i^ $TUT KS WHAT THE ARGYLE CONTRACT WITH THE ST. PAU_ TRUST CO. IS. THE COUNTY ISNOTAPARTITO TUE CONTRACT. AND CAN NOT COMPEL IT ENFORCEMENT. IT FS A BLIND IVj DECEIVE THE TAXPAYERS. VOTERS BE WARE1 Thoiv hns been considerable inqui throughout the county regarding the $5,000 claimed to have been de posited by Argyll*- for the building of a Court house in case the county sent is changed, and some have still the idea that there is #5,000 in cash deposited with County Treasurer Holm for such a purpose. Now it is fact that there is not now, nor has there ever been one cent of cash money deposited with Mr. Holm. True at the beginningo! this campaign, ^hen it was necessary for Argyle to hit up on sonieseheme to/iridutife\-peopleto _ei/j* iftu their petition, they%ft^^^he bauds of Mr. Hobn a ffWfrf Mtl $$?$ Melganrd's on a St. Paul bankpaya ble.to.t he c...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

nwKi I ?'t MBM. I r: $ kC1* ir v* 1 /-Hf?^|f^f^': I** WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor a nd Proprietor. Thursday, September 25,1800. REITBLICAN TICKET. State. Kt.r i.uveriior. WILLIAM It. JIKKIUAM For Lit'tilpnain (lovernor. GIDEON S IVTiS Fur State Treasurer, JOSEPH ItOBLETEK For Swrctiirr of State. FIIKD I. BROWN For Stat* Auditor. PKTKIt .1. McGfUltK For Attorney General, MOSES CUWP 1- 01 Clerk of Aupremo Court. ('It AHLES For fa to senator. H. O.HANSON. l'or lli'iiri.vtt'ntativi*. I'ETKIWON. Treeanrer. 1*. HOLM. KowiHtrr of lietMl*. I I i.s i VltSON Sheriff. PETE It I) iHLQPIST. lerL Coart, I NELSON. Judge of I'rotiHto. A. UUINDELAND. County \t^orue.T,S.COOKE. Maveriut4ltii of School'*. J. K. FINUEY Coniner, E HKLCOI'RT. .Surveyor. II. SMYTH ourt I'oiHniiiaioner. V. KIRSC1I. County (.'iHiiiiiN.loiirH Klr^t DM ELI DAHI.QClwr Third Ii A. NUTTING. Fifth Dist. D. II. 1IAKKE. HOIi- CON'ii HUSSION \L. I-iv ii*nH. .th iKt. S. (j. ('OMSTOL'KT. LElilSLATIVK. County. Auditor. 1. IMIYEM...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

v' ^vJ^WPW A PESSIMISTIC REVERY, I'd like to take a journey hence To other worlds, for here, in fact, Nature seems short of .Common sons And painfully devoid of tact. Her loves and griefs, her joys and palnijW Mix up hrsuch a reckless.way, Singular Dealings With mMidniffht ^trader. sill i That which the IdsSes aro. or Rains, No reasdniug mind can clearly say. The things she does and leaves undone,.. Her curious use of good and bad, Would really be no end of fun Only it happens to be sad. Jj The pains and evils she contrives Appear to make her feel elate \Aud then, her spite at human lives Is something strange to contemplate. Thnt gravitation's hideous laws Should earth's fair atmosphere disgrace, And yet the earth be safe because 'Tis poised aloft in airy space That half our life is given to sleep That not to eat is certain dead, And that alive we can not keep Without the constant aid of breath Why, these facts, so outrageous seem That when I ponder them I shako Hyself and say: '-Th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 September 1890

^|H*-^* A PESSIMISTIC REVERY. I'd like to take a jounjey hence To other wcu Ids for iiere, in fact, Nature seems hor of common sonso And painfull} devoid of tact. Her loves tind grief-, her joj and pain? Mix up in sttch leekless way. That whii the lost.es aio or gain5*, No reasoning mind can clearly say. The things she does and leaves undone, Her curious n-e of good and bail, "Would reall\ be no end of fun Only it happens to be bad. The pains and evils she contra ca Appear to m.ike her feel elate And then, her spit at human lvve3 Is something strange to contemplate. Th.it gtavitation's hideous laws Should eai th fair atmosphoie disgrace, And jet the earth be s.ifebecause 'lis poised aloft in airy space, That half our life Is gn en to sleep That not to it is certain deata, And that nine we not keep ithout the constant aid of breath IVhj. these fac so outrageous seem That when I poiv'oi them I shako st if and slt\ riils is a dream I suiely can not be awake!" Alas' I am M\ prief is thi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 October 1890

1 AS ADVERTISING RATE? Made known upon Application. Local notices five cents a line. To insureln sertion must be handed intoyWednesdaynoon Entered at the Post Office at Warren asSecond Class Mail Matter. GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. From St.Paul. 7 40 i 8 tb 7 15 8SS 12 15 To St.Paul. 55 a in 7 00 r. 10 30 St. Paul Mimu'npuli* Crnakston WAItltEN St. Vincent NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TiME SCHEDULE. Lv. 5.50 7.14 in U.00 Ar. 7.05 a Crookston Ar. 0.40 Fertile 8.22 am Winnipeg Junction 0. tr a IU St. Paul S.iio in OHURCHKS. MRTnoDtsr. ServiceseverySatobath.Morn n Service at 10:30 a. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Evening service 8:00 p. in. Prayer and Class Meeting every Thursday eTininR. H. K.VUFFMAN, Pastor. PBKKBYTERIAK. Services everySabbath morn lD|Bt at 10:30, Similar achool at close of morntoK service. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. .1. MCARTHUK, Pastor, SWEDISH LtiTHEKAN, Services every Sun" Jay at 7:30 in. Wednesday S p. m. N. .T. STI'HK. Tastor. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 October 1890

WWffiff i 1 ^^f^^r^|^ fte Barrett ff heat J. P. MATTSOtf, Fditor nnd Publisher WARREN, HAKMJALL COCMT, MINN. A MACHINE for making1 shoestrings wit of paper is a recent Philadelphia Invention. PIJOF. T. C. MENJKMIAI.L the new ohief of the coast survey, is going zo at tempt to locate afresh the magnetic pole of tho Northern Hemisphere. A COLORED man living in Worth County, Georgia, is the owner of a little red steer that recently trotted twenty two miles in four hours hitched to a cart. OFFICIAL figures published at Ottawa show that while Canada in 18S8 im ported 2,134.7(34 tons of hard coal, the imports during 1889 fell to 1,278,085 ions. THE largest fruit farm in West Vir gin ia is the Becker farm near Harper's Ferry. It contains 5,000 apricot trees, S7,000 peach trees, 3,000 plum trees, 5,000 miscellaneous fruit trees and 35,- 000 grape vines. A MANUFACTUKKH of one of the stand ard typewriters of the market sa.ys that there are seventy-five thousand women and twenty-five thousand m...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 October 1890

W N 4 i 1 I i mimtn fatal J. P. MATTSON, Fditor and Publisher. WARREN, MARSHALL COTJXTT, MINN. GRANDPA'^SOLILOQUY. I've lived nigh on to ninety years, 'mong things I've had to learn Was that pint of human natur' that has done a deal of harm. Tis the master fault, few preaehers that infaot have understood, It's the taking up of evil, and forgetting of the good. 1 heard the vital questions agitated in thoir day, And five and thirty years ago I sometimes ho 4 my say. And when the aoolal evil was disoussed inevrry part, note that pint I spoke of had got unco* Anion sharp. If there's one thing more'n another thp a man feel queer, load of cares he wears. i That fits his skinny body olr^^. 3 tna tn He is alius mighty sart'^ tna a Sg l9 ^Jow, I like the plucky fellow who meets you with a smile, "Whoseheart may be a' smothering some trouble all the while Ho can alius find a blessing where others see a curse, And he'll tell you all your trials might have been a leetle worse. Xiife has some he...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 October 1890

r"" t^-v wr M.- 1 &f m~ $ J*5 WARREN SHEAF.* J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL, PAPER O HE COUNTY Thursday, October 2,1890, SL Antn LE'S bond simply binds its signers to keen +*H1 while the tnx lnjera are being hied lor theerection "i newt aunty buildings. Tin: itnrirond ami Wn rehouse com mission will be in Wan-en Oct. 8th P.u mora hoh ivonevano**8ngninst the iailio.ul company or the eleva tors onftht to present these a% that tune. ,S Notice elsew here. "3Mi. inohleiu whieh immediately will confront the board of roXtnty commissioners ii a image of eounrj* seat is voted, uuhc building of a nej com house, and jail at county ex pense. Let every tax payer remem ber this on Oct. l.'Uh. VRSH vi oi NT\ is not sufficient ly dveloped as to locate the county seat permanently at any place Large areas 01 the wnnt remain unsettled, ami no one can tell the direction nr location of new lines of railway which undoubtedly nil] be b',ilt into the county. Tun Ar3 le sehemers profess ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 October 1890

i Site ffiatrrn Sfotrt. J. MA'l'lbON, tcii oi^md"Publisher W AKREN, aiAii'i'Ai i cs-n, MINN. "PUSH." Ere our father died and left us for the happy, golden hore, He saiil: "I'm sorry, children, that I can't be queath you more You're handsome girls, the three of you, in youth's enchantia^ flush, And I hope ou will be sensible and marry men of push Was it strange our parent's last words left the'" impress on our lives? Ere tha daiv.os bloomed above him Kate and Belle were wedded wives But I t.imed sea coly likmg such a hurry, such urush. Nor half liUlng my new brothers, though they were both men of push. One had pushed a real estate boom into blossom all too ^oon, And was living on tho proceeds to a pretty live ly tune. The herhe was pushing at those doors that ma\ be soen Labe'ed Pudh," and opening inward on a most obliging scietn. Each had his boon companions, pushing, dash ing rnpid mm, When they pu hod into my presence I just pushed taem o'lt a^ain. YetravfutherN word ws sacred, an...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 October 1890

-fl WARREN SHEAF J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Thursday, October 2,18i)0. SXandinavisk Afdelning. En rtJst kastad fur Argyle 3r en lT^i for hug-re beskat tiling- en rust kns&td f" Warren fir .en rtJst emot en IbrOkning af skatterna. Fiir mare, kom ibagdetta. Eniir ingen bindande fsrbindelse existerar som kan tvinga Argyll at bygsca colirt-httsf, stl r det klart alt ora nftgot sildant niaste byggas 8tV fa fa-rmarue betala im- det. Detta county iir ej fitrdigt ait fOrlttggacounty FHfce permanent till n.-igoi! pla^ Kami- St ora strh'ekor Jfro ftnnu ej settiade, OCii ingen vet niirhtir iljvr hyo* r&tliiug jeitiv/ignr komma att fa. Per:Trprdu nnty-s.'ttei? Pal:Ja-a. va att vi bdfde flvtta IV:-. liYJl'.i'or dil? Pdl: Jo rumors blir Arg-yle ays, och vi tinge kalla det Arg-are vie. och det vorc ftjrskriickljgt. Argyle-boarna latsas vara myckefc Hasina om connticts biista. men vi komma ihag hum de eom mi mest ifra for en flyttning, inlade riik nin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 October 1890

Vtu^WARRE 9??l m*- y,?'* it' MM & 'H-- N SHtiAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE COUNTY. ^??^Thursclay J(U*t October 2,1890. i Skandinavisk Afdelning. En rust kastad for Argyle sir eu ro fur hogre heskattning enr-ost kas&ad fur Warren sir jen rost emot on forokning af skntterna. Fnr xuare* Kom lhug dettn i ,& ^xgi Lniir ingen bindandefSrbiDdelse existerar gom kin tviuga Argyle att brgsa court-hus, sn lir det klart att om nagot sadant raasle byggas 8iV fii fhsmarne betala ioe det. P Detta county itr ej fiirdigt att i'6r) jiatga county p.'ifce permanent till nngoii pUii*- iinuu. Storu sfrttckor ftio finnu tj setlinde, ocii jngen yet jernv.lgar komnia att fa. \'-.s A Per:*Tror du att vi horde flytta C".untv-s itei?v P.il:-Ja-a. Fer-.-Hw.fcr M$&8'W railJoaunars blir Arg-yle aig. cch vi finge kalla det Arg-are -ylc, och det vore forskt-ickligt.M L Argyle-boarna latsas varamyeket mfma om comiticts ba'sfca, men vi ''./komnia ihag hum de som nu me...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 October 1890

^LA"11*": 4 I A.. i 3 ?*ja ,*^?ffJ??PW! A. B. NELSON Clerk of District Court, ALL KINDS OF Land Office Business Transacted with Neatness and Dlapaicli, SIX TEARS EXPERIENCE. Ottc* in Court House, WABBB3. MINK The Warren Sheaf. ADVERTISING RATF Made known upou Application. Local notices five cents a lino: To lnsuriin sertion must be handed in by Wednesdnynoon Xntercdatthe PostOlUce at WarrenasSecond Class Mail Matter. IIi A.mi'. in i. i i .i i. GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. From St.Paul. 7 40 in Silt 7 15 8 55 12 15 I) To St.Paul. ft3 a in 0 20 7 00 5 10 t. Paul Minneapolis Crookston WAR RUN St. Vincent. 1 HO NORTHERN PACIFIC HY. TIME SCHEDULE. IiV. 5.50 pin Crookston Ar. 0.40 a IU 7.14 Fort lie' 8.22 in in WliiDipoi? Junction .U* a in Ar. 7.05 a St. Paul 8.00 in CHURCHES. MRTiioorsT. Servicesevery Sabbath.Mom Service at 10:30 a. m. Sabbath School al close of morning.service. Kvcning service 8:uop. m. Prayer and Class Meeting everv Thursday eT.Miiig S.'/,. KAUFPAUN, Pastor. YnWMX...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 October 1890

I'f mm* ffltrat J. P. MATTSON, Fditor and Publisher, WARREN, MAIMJALI. COUNTS MINN. PKOF. E. STONK WIGGINS says he has retired from the weathor business and will never make another, prediction. IN 16&6 any ouo absent from church on Sunday was fined ono shilling. An act for restraining amusements on Sun day was passed in 1625. MAINE'S hay crop is estimated at 1,500,000 tons, worth at least 15,000,- 000. The ice crop orings in perhaps as much more, and the summer visitor crop over $0.00 ,000 Tire Attorney-General of Kentucky has decided that the licenses under which tho Frankfort and Henry county lotteries claim to operate are void and the lotteries illegal. THE champion buttor-producing cow of the world is named Euratisamas. owned In Massachusetts, and her record is nine hundred and foitv-flvo pounds and nine ounces of butter in one year. IT is stated by a phaimaceutical con ference that tho growth of the patent medicine minu has been tremendous in recent years, and that the pres...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 October 1890

1 a,. i 1 i".. 4- *_ ffe' -''Bi RIVAL. Be site serenely by hor side. His face with proud contentment beaming, Bhe looks at blm with conscious pride, The love-light from her bright eyes.stream ing: Now close to her beloved form He dares to nestle still grows bolder, for see (it makes my blood quite warm) He lays his head upon her shoulder. And gazes then Into her eyes, His glance betrayipg fond affection, While she with loving glance replies, Nor deigns to look in my direction. Around his neck one snow-v :c ana Steals, and the softost of caresses She gives, nor deems it any harm To gently stroke his auburn tresses. Then downward bends her shapely head Towards his face to hers upturning, Two full ripe lips of cherry red Meet his in kisses fond and burning While I, alas! I sit and sigh To see her thus caress another, I watch the love-light in her eye, And wish /were her little brother. James A. Plunkett, in Detroit Free Press. THE BROTHER'S RETURN. How the "Western Gold Fields Help9d a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 October 1890

^ilpii ~m- pi WARREN SHEAF. ,1. P. MATTSON, Editor an Proprietor, OFFICIAL, PAPER O THE COUNT* Thursday, OetobffO, 1890. Ni MoKiiy will so.il the doom of the Am} 1c speculators foievei\ VOTI: foi* tho tt\\ii where von have your tttos* x hosl iiiemls, and we arc smo it ill ho .1 ote for WarAm i1-*'? I i people this ount can rest (1 th it tt \i^le should carry the (and seat, the ta\ pav^i'8 will bo died upon to \h\y for county btiildiiis Ari\lo will huikl e\v|t upon pap ote for Ar ji\iois,i \otetor ia'^her taseHand a of ioi ifn is a NotoniMinstin i as.no fixation Noteis, rnaeni b(j t'nsO.t l:Mh Tsi" pOjl in Stephen are up in uius.i un-t th eel fish schemes ot Ar.nle la actnnmmncfUionpiinted in the Li ad. 1 isl \uvk Nicy clearly fine tlmi position and show wiry the\ ateopposdl to Vru.\le in this ooatio\tis Th best intends not on!\ ote\ti\ ih/en in Stephen, but ole\ii\ mine' and ta\ pau't in the count\ no nt st tke i f,O00 is a fiaud and whei*l rlu\ e\p. to bias, huh infli. ol th p^oi l...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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